ABIT is proud to launch the ABIT NI8 SLI motherboard

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    ABIT NI8 SLI motherboard based on the NVIDIA chipset Intel edition. The board features our latest innovation ABIT- Silent OTES Technology. This new silent North Bridge cooling device uses a unique heat-pipe conduit to transfer heat from the NB heatsink to our optimally designed copper-finned collection module situated by the I/O shield.
    For the full details, please go to the link below http://www.abit-usa.com/news/2005/20050701.php.
     
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    wow, nice. finally SLI has reached into intel's system. It's a shame though, ATI really has a chance to get into dual gfx with intel but it have never be able to materialize it.
     
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    I really wouldn't suggest this.. the intel sli is really bad.
     
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    Intel chips aren't what u want in a Gamer :D AMD 64's are better :D
     
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    yeah, that's true. What I really want to see is universal dual card system.
     
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    Intel SLI has been out for a while now through an nForce chipset.
    ...though I don't think you can buy any yet.
     
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    well, I had read about the nforce for intel but have not yet seen anyting in the market yet. Although, I personally more excited with teh whole pentium m mobo:)
     
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    A univeral dual card system would be nice, then you could choose whatever motherboard and video card manafacter you like.
     
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    Problems with a universal is that no company will stick to it, cause it would be limited. thats why there isn't, a unvicersal setup, would still not be as good, maybe if all 4 companies worked together (AMD, Intel, nVidia, ATi)
     
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    Yeah, right, I still prefer AMD-based mobo, especially if you are a gamer. Altough this mobo looks like a very decent one and performs quite good as well.
    BTW, the ABIT Fatal1ty mobos are awesome!
     
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    I think unless both ati and nvidia works out some sort of agreement with dual card, we may never see dual card being sell as popular as it can be.
     
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    i prefer DFI Lanparties instead of ABIT Fataitys, thats just my oppinion, i am sure others would disagree.
     
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